30 Years of Celebrations

Stocks Hall Nursing and Care Group got into full blown celebration mode this weekend as they celebrated their 30th Anniversary.

 

The Company first opened its doors in 1987, beginning with Stocks Hall Residential Care Home in Nursery Avenue, Ormskirk.

Now the group have 6 Homes, over 720 Employees and a Homecare & Nursing Services Department.

The Group threw a party of celebration for people living at Stocks Hall, staff, past and present, plus community and family members who wished to attend.

They welcomed Deputy Mayor, Councillor Noel Delaney and Deputy Mayoress Mrs Ann Stubbert as their Honorary guests for this occasion.

                                  

The afternoon commenced with welcoming speeches from the Deputy Mayor and Stocks Hall before going on to enjoy live entertainment provided by Bamhoot, an Acoustic Duo with Justine Konstantynowicz on vocals and Rich Taylor on guitar.

A delicious buffet followed, specially prepared by Glen, Head Chef and his team at the Stocks Hall Mawdesley Home.

The afternoon reflected around the growth of the Company, the compliments and kind comments people had written in about Stocks Hall Care over the years, what it is like to live and work at Stocks Hall and the value of all the staff.

Sue Lace Director of the Group said  “It is with much pleasure that we provided this celebration for all to enjoy.  30 years… Wow,  what an amazing journey and a fabulous achievement.  I thank you from the bottom of my heart to all who have contributed and made Stocks Hall Nursing & Care Group what it is today.  Your passion and commitment to making life and work meaningful for all, is outstanding.”

“As our motto says ‘Every Person is Valued’, and as each person gives their best, we can together continue to deliver Quality Care with Integrity & Respect.”

Captured here are special moments  of the day to add to Stock’s Hall family album.